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, 93, of Morrisville, died June 24. She was born in 1906 in Johnson. Her husband, Gaylon Davis, died in 1975. She had worked at Johnson Woolen Mills and for the Vermont Department of Parks at Mount Philo. She was a member of the United Church of Johnson. Survivors include four sons, Arthur, Warren, Gordon and Wilmer; 11 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren.
, 90, formerly of Barre, died June 18. Born in Barre, she spent most of her life in the Scotia, N.Y. area. She was married to Neil Rollins, who died in 1974. She was the owner/operator of Realty Services in Scotia, retiring in 1974. Survivors include a daughter, Barbara Coons; a son, Edwin; a sister; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
, 79, formerly of Randolph, died June 18. Born in 1920 in Glens Falls, N.Y., he was the son of James and Nina (Gelson) McDonnell. He graduated from Whitcomb High School in Bethel and attended Indiana State College. In 1949, he married Florence Luce. He had worked at Fritzel Toy Co. in Randolph, G.W. Plastics in Bethel and was a logger for Eagle Square of Stockbridge. He also worked at Killington Ski Area, retiring in 1981. He had served in the Army. He served as selectman, fire warden and interim town manager in Sherburne and a fireman in Sherburne and Randolph. Survivors include his wife; three sons, Dale, Terry and Chris; six grandchildren.
, 76, of Hardwick, died June 17. Born in 1922 in East Hardwick, he worked in the family business, A. Bellavance and Sons. In 1946, he married Jennie Hogaboom. Survivors include his wife; fours sons, Robert, Ronald, Dennis and Raymond; four brothers; four sisters; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren.
, 73, formerly of Waterbury, died June 21. Born in 1926 in Willimantic, Conn., he was the son of Philip and Corrinna (Somerville) Holway. He graduated from Waterbury High School and from the University of Vermont. He later earned degrees in engineering and management from Dartmouth College and Johns Hopkins University. He worked for 36 years for Westinghouse Electric Corp., retiring in 1985. He retired from the Navy Research Reserve as commander. Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Harriette (Dean) Holway; one daughter, Karen Holway; one son, James; one grandson.
, 54, of Moretown, died June 23. Born in 1945 in Newark, N.J., he was the son of Folke and Evy (Johnson) Swenson. He graduated from Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, Pa., and attended Fairleigh Dickenson University. In 1965, he married Susan Smalley. They moved to Moretown 11 years ago from Green Township, N.J., where he was president and co-owner of J&S Tool Co. Inc. Survivors include his wife; one daughter, Dawn Swenson; two sons, Kurt and Christopher; a sister.
, 84, of Morrisville, died June 25. Born in 1915 in Hardwick, he married Grace (Driscoll) Arnold, who died in 1995. He was a self-employed welder, worked with the Soil Conservation Service and developed the Arnold-type gate valve. Survivors include three sons, Charles, Brendon and Carl; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
, 73, of Greensboro, died June 18. Born in 1925 in Boston, he graduated from Dartmouth College and Boston Medical School. In 1980, he married Sheila Walker. He was an orthopedic surgeon and a retired admiral from the U.S. Naval Reserve. He was a member of the Greensboro United Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife; five children and eight grandchildren.
, 88, of Berlin, died recently. Born in 1911 in Woodstock, she was the daughter of Daniel James and Grace (Bohonon) Donahue. She attended schools in Pomfret. She worked as a waitress at West Lebanon, N.H. and later for in the Woolen Mill in Hartford. She was had lived in Berlin the past five years. Survivors include two sisters, Iris Stewart and Regis Godin.
, 91, of Barre City, died June 27. Born in 1908 in Hardwick, she was the daughter of Frank and Theresa (Malnati) Mara. She attended Barre schools. In 1929, she married Henry Boucher, who died in 1989. She worked at Milady Shop and was a member of St. Monica's Parish. Survivors include two daughters, Dolores Martineau and Patricia (Mrs. Raymond) Ross; three grandsons; one great-grandson; one great-granddaughter; two nieces; cousins.
, 62, of East Randolph, died June 27. Born in 1937 in Barksdale, Ill., he was the son of Henry and Eddie (Flores) Marks. He graduated from high school in Oklahoma. In 1963, he married Marie Frederico. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. Survivors include his wife; a son, James; a half-brother, Richard; a grandson.
, 54, of Moretown, died June 23. Born in 1945 in Newark, N.J., he was the son of Folke and Evy (Johnson) Swenson. He graduated from Valley Forge Military Academy and attended Fairleigh Dickenson University. In 1965, he married Susan Smalley. They moved to Moretown 11 years ago from Green Township, N.J., where he had been president and co-owner of J&S Tool Co. Inc. Survivors include his wife; his father; a daughter, Dawn Swenson; two sons, Kurt and Christopher; a sister.
, 81, of Morrisville, died June 27. Born in 1918 in Washington, he was the son of Frank and Susan (Perkins) Braman. He retired from employment with IBM after 25 years of service. His wife, Marguerite Braman, died in 1992. Survivors include a son, Edward; two grandsons; five brothers; two sisters.
, 66, of Waterbury, died June 28. Born in 1933, he was the son of Theodore and Hazel (Ring) Williams. He graduated from the former Waterbury High School and attended the University of Vermont. He served in the Navy during the Korean Conflict. He had worked for Wheeler Chevrolet in Waterbury and later was employed as a bookkeeper for several Barre area granite sheds and a variety of businesses in the Burlington and Swanton areas. Most recently, he worked at Fletcher Allen Health Care, from which he retired. He was a member of St. Andrew's Catholic Church. Survivors include one sister, Theresa McLeod; two aunts, Mabel Farnsworth and Gladys Lafayette; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
, 89, of Berlin, died June 27. Born in 1910 in Evanston, Ill, she was the daughter of George Thomas Kelly and Margaret (Burnham) Kelly Stower. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and worked toward a master's degree in economics at Columbia University. She was a founding member of the Madison (Conn.) Homemakers and was also a member of the Bennington Friends Meeting of Vermont (Quakers). Survivors include a son, George Thomas.
, 96, of Hardwick, died June 30. Born in 1902 in Wolcott, he was the son of Charles and Clytie (Bridges) Scott. He attended Hardwick Academy and the Worcester Massachusetts Technical School, where he studied to be an electrician. In 1934, he married Margaret Blackhall, who died in 1966. In 1970, he married Eleanor Mason Smith, who died in 1987. He had been employed by the Hardwick Electric Department for 29 years and was a self-employed electrician, retiring in 1982. He was affiliated with the United Church of Hardwick and the Albany United Methodist Church. Survivors include two step-daughters, Earline Atkins and Helen Hayford; two stepsons, Leslie Smith and Wendell Smith; 11 step-grandchildren.
, 79, of South Woodbury, died June 28. He was born in 1920 in Fitchburg, Mass. In 1948, he married Jean Pierce. He was a firefighter for the Lexington (Mass.) Fire Department, retiring in 1975. He had served in the Army National Guard during WWII. Survivors include his wife; four sons, Dana, Karl, David and Eric; two daughters, Ellen and Donna; a sister; a brother; 11 grandchildren.
, 87, of Waterbury, died June 29. Born in 1911 in North Fayston, she was the daughter of Willie and Josephine (Wheeler) Nelson. She attended Fayston schools. In 1929, she married Merlin Farnsworth, who died in 1993. She was a homemaker and helped her husband on the family farm and in later years, she took care of children. Survivors include five daughters, Elizabeth LaRock, Merlene McLaughlin, Margaret Taylor, Janet Dolloff and Ruth Morlock; four sons, Eugene, Raymond, Roger and Merrill; many grandchildren; great-grandchildren; a brother; a sister.
, 92, of Northfield, died June 26. Born in 1909 in Williamstown, she was the daughter of Alfred and Mary (Blow) Dupree. She graduated from Northfield High School. In 1958, she married Benjamin Koering, who died in 1979. She worked for Nantana Mills, Northfield News and the Edgemore Nursing Home in Santee, Calif. Survivors include a son, Franklin Partlow; a stepson, Richard Koering; a daughter, Anna Morris; 17 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren.
, 90, of Northfield Falls, died June 26. Born in 1909 in Royalton, she was the daughter of Fred Edgar Allen and Laura Eliza Paige Allen. She held college degrees from the University of Vermont and the Simmons College School of Social Work. In 1942, she married Howard Newton Hanson. They moved to Northfield Falls in 1950, where she worked as a secretary at the Mayo Hospital. She and her husband started a business making Green Mountain dolls. Survivors include her daughter, Joanne Hanson Hicken; one sister; one sister-in-law; one nephew; two grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
, 77, of South Royalton, died June 26. Born in 1922 in Swanton, he graduated from South Royalton High School. In 1946, he married Helen Farnham. He worked for the Public Service Company of New Hampshire, the John Alexander Co. and the Herb Crawford Autoland, both in South Royalton. He and his wife owned and operated Freck's Store, retiring in 1985. He had served in the Air Force during WWII and was a state legislator from 1973 -77. He was a member of the United Church of South Royalton and a past member of the South Royalton Fire Department. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Jonnie Cattani; a son, Robert; two brothers; one sister; four grandchildren.
, 74, formerly of Barre, died June 28. Born in 1925 in Barre, she was the daughter of Orill and Theresa (Maloney) Arey. She graduated from Spaulding High School and the Barre City Hospital School of Nursing. She worked as a registered nurse at the Lawrence Memorial Hospital in New London, Conn., and resided in Gales Ferry, Conn. Survivors include a sister, Elizabeth A. Rogers.